“There’s no argument that the Mac Pro was in need of some love and in fact, we’d argue that it’s been overdue some attention for quite some time now. We’d hoped that Apple would offer some signs that the Mac Pro was still in their hearts at this year’s WWDC, but we never invisaged something like what Phil Schiller finally announced on-stage,” Oliver Haslam writes for iDownloadBlog. “It was a wow moment the likes of which we don’t recall since the original iPhone introduction.”
“Which got us thinking,” Haslam writes. “With iPhones being released each year, and with leaks almost commonplace when it comes to Apple’s suppliers, are we in danger of growing bored with Apple’s iPhone? Perhaps more accurately, are we no longer capable of being surprised by a newly announced smartphone from Apple?”
Haslam writes, “Or, as the title asks, will the iPhone get its own ‘Mac Pro moment’ soon?”
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